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Observer, Volume XVI, Issue 979, 2 October 1897, Page 23
Our Girls. —4» The following lines were suggested by a rumour which is in circulation to the effect that girls are to he employed at the Eeef ton Consolidated Battery : — Who brought sweet comfort to the old, And warded them from Winter's cold? Who risked in ventures truly bold ? Why, Ziman. Who gave to girls fresh hope and will To win a spouse, or work a mill ? Who did in all new life instil? Why, Ziman. Eight bob a day. 'Twill be such fun, Just washing blankets one by one, -and, when our eight hours' work is done, For Ziman, We'll do the block, in blue or green, Quite independent and serene. For chaps we'll not be quite so keen. Good Ziman. I can't see where the loss comes in, If we count up the lots of tin, He's launched to either lose or win ! Bold Ziman. Let's take a walk, and have a chat, "Bout this new-fangled notion that Will bring us money, gown, and hat, And lover. ' Good graciouH, Molly, you don't mean That in a batf ry jou'd be seen, Where men alone so long have been In clover.' •Why not, dear Poll ? I fail to see Why such a difference there should be Twixt tweedle dum and tweedle dee For ever. Now, take, for instance, washing day ; Long hours we scrub, and mb away, In steaming suds for far less pay. Endeavour This chance to grasp, for I'll be bound No other where can there be found, For girls a policy so sound, My Polly. Say eighty pounds a year put past In pleasant ways our lines are cast, As I've remarked from first to last, Dear Polly. With skirts tucked in, so neat and prim Strong boots and gaiters, just like Jim, To keep us warm and dry and trim, My Polly. We'll not be asked to strike a key, Or shift a disc, or cam, you see; The tables will onr province be. Then, Polly, We'll help old dad and mother dear, By saving eighty pounds a year ; In five, we'll have four hundred clear, So jolly. So mm, you see, my chummy smart, To offer that, with hand and heart, Would fetch a hubby like a dart, My Polly. This plea I strongly will mah.tain, The greatest good is the greatest gain, Some evening we will meet again, Dear Polly. Say an revoir but not good bye ; We part, but not with bitter sigh. No doubt you're right, dear JMoBy, my — Inangnli tin Times. x x Dear Molly. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral For Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Influenza, and Incipient Consumption, no remedy approaches Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It has long been the most popular and successful anodyne expectorant in Pharmacy, and is everywhere approved and recommended by the Faculty. It soothes the inflamed membrane, breaks up irritating mucus, allays coughing, and induces repose. As a family emergency medicine, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral takes the lead. For the relief and cure of croup, whoop- ing-cough, sore throat, and all the pulmonary troubles to which the young are so liable, it is invaluable. No household is quite secure without Ayer's Cherry PREPARED BY 3D2". jr. O. Ayer <Ss Co., LOWELL, MASS., XT. S. A. Gold Medals at the World's Chief Expositions. J9SS" Beware of cheap imitations. The name— Ayer's Cherry Pectoral— is promi- nent on the wrapper, and is blown in the glass of each bottle.